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"Gregory The Priest”, “Marash”, “Richard Of The Principate”, “William Ix Of Aquitaine", George Beech Dec 2005

"Gregory The Priest”, “Marash”, “Richard Of The Principate”, “William Ix Of Aquitaine", George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.


A Little Known Armenian Historian Of The Crusading Period: Gregory The Priest (1136-62), George Beech Dec 2003

A Little Known Armenian Historian Of The Crusading Period: Gregory The Priest (1136-62), George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


Urban Ii, The Abbey Of Saint-Florent Of Saumur, And The First Crusade, George Beech Dec 1995

Urban Ii, The Abbey Of Saint-Florent Of Saumur, And The First Crusade, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.


The Crusader Lordship Of Marash In Armenian Cilicia, 1104-1149, George Beech Dec 1995

The Crusader Lordship Of Marash In Armenian Cilicia, 1104-1149, George Beech

George T. Beech

The Crusader Lordship of Marash in Armenian Cilicia, 1104-1149." The lordship of Marash was one of a handful of small political entities created as a result of the crusader conquest of northern Syria in the First Crusade. For four brief decades in the first half of the twelfth century Marash, dependent on the Principality of Antioch, maintained a precarious existence as the most northerly of all crusader states in the eastern Mediterranean, offering limited protection from the Turkish menace to the north, and perhaps prolonging somewhat the survival of the larger states at Antioch and Edessa. In the final analysis ...


"The Ventures Of The Dukes Of Aquitaine Into Spain And The Crusader East In The Early Twelfth Century, George Beech Dec 1992

"The Ventures Of The Dukes Of Aquitaine Into Spain And The Crusader East In The Early Twelfth Century, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract provided.


A Norman-Italian Adventurer In The East: Richard Of Salerno 1097-1112, George Beech Dec 1992

A Norman-Italian Adventurer In The East: Richard Of Salerno 1097-1112, George Beech

George T. Beech

No abstract available.